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Indigenous, But Not Really: Native Hawaiians Deserve a Chance at Self-Governance

By: Joshua Sloan November 28, 2022 Native Hawaiians were once a sovereign people who have become a neglected and impoverished minority in their own territory. In 1988, the American Indian Law Review laid out a comprehensive argument for granting Native Indigenous status for Native Hawaiians. 34 years later, no such status has been granted. So how has […]